Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Between the rains the Facilities and Grounds Department strives to accomplish exterior projects. Some of the tasks include pot-hole repair from the results of a hard winter.
Recently we repaired doors for two of our exterior switchgear cabinets to keep the rains and elements out.
Exterior painting was attended to, as we repainted faded areas in the “safety zones”. Other areas will follow as the weather continues to improve.
Repair of asphalt areas in miscellaneous locations of campus
Painting of exterior areas on campus areas that are a priority in the “safety yellow zones”.
Fabricators/welders repair steel doors on switchgear equipment for power distribution.
Robert Walker serves as the supervisor of Facilities and Grounds for Ohio Hi-Point Career Center
Monday, May 2, 2011
This past month many activities have transpired as we enter into the spring months ahead.
The air conditioning preventative maintenance and service has begun as we prepare all the buildings on main campus, and South Campus, for the warmer months ahead.
One of our prouder moments happens when we fly flags over the highest point in Ohio, which is located here on our school’s campus. It is the highest point in Ohio, Campbell Hill, not to mention the highest point between the Rocky Mountains and Appalachian Mountains. These flags will be handed out soon to our upcoming employees who will be retiring from Ohio Hi-Point Career Center for their many years of service.
Robert Walker serves as the supervisor of the facilities and grounds department